Creator of Knowledge
Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

Kari Thierer

Kari Thierer is an Assistant Teaching Professor at Northeastern University in the Graduate School of Education. Her areas of expertise include student-centered learning, career and technical education, and authentic assessment. Dr. Thierer has nearly 30 years of experience providing technical assistance and supporting research and evaluation efforts in schools, districts, state and federal education agencies, and nonprofit education organizations throughout the United States. Her work experience includes leading two national education nonprofits providing student-centered learning and educator support, serving as an Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment at a community college, and having the unique background of supporting educators from preschool through college. Kari is fiercely dedicated to ensuring that all students and families are supported in their education endeavors and has worked extensively with traditionally underserved communities. She is committed to working with organizations to demonstrate ways to support positive student outcomes while informing and pushing for education policy changes that support traditional and non-traditional learners.
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